Sandy Clough – 04/18/2017 – Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus filling in for Sandy Clough live in studio. Tuesday’s show the guys talk about the upcoming draft and the latest news about Aqib Talib not being suspended by the NFL. Tom Pelissero from USA Today joined the program.
Hour one Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus talk about some of the big headlines heading into the NFL Draft in just over a week. The guys talk about Christian McCaffrey and if the Broncos should still think about moving up to take him in the upcoming draft. The fellas then also weigh in on some other prospects in the draft this year and where else the Broncos could go in the first round of the NFL Draft!
Tom Pelissero from USA Today joined Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus. Tom goes into the latest breaking news as sources have told Tom Pelissero that Broncos CB Aqib Talib, will not be suspended by the NFL for an incident that occurred last off-season. Tom then discusses what Talib must do in order to complete the leagues punishment for the incident. Tom also goes into some other details coming out of the incident with Talib. Listen to the full interview here!
Hour two Cecil Lammey and Tyler Polumbus react to the breaking news as Aqib Talib will not be suspended or fined by the league according to Tom Pelissero from USA Today. The guys get into how this impacts the Broncos defense moving forward and what this means for Bradley Roby. Tyler Polumbus gives his overall thoughts on the news today and why he is a little surprised by the news. Cecil Lammey also gives some of his thoughts on the Broncos defense and how long Talib can play for.
For the rest of hour two the guys then look at how the Aqib Talib news impacts the Broncos draft plans this year. Tyler Polumbus gives his overall thoughts now on if the Broncos would still consider drafting a corner back early on in the draft. Cecil Lammey then breaks down his thoughts with the Broncos draft plans defensively.
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